I have two keyboards, one used primarily for typing and the other for R&R. The latter is Razer Orbweaver, which is like a half of a normal keyboard with several other keys slapped in various positions. It's intended to be used with a special piece of software that lets you remap keys to your liking - available, unfortunately, only for Windows.
Now, in Linux I'd love to remap the Alt key on this auxiliary keyboard to Ctrl. Issuing the 'setxkbmap -device -option altwin:ctrl_alt_win' has the desired effect, however it applies to both keyboards, which leaves me without a good deal of shortcuts in Openbox.
Why doesn't the '-device' key work? Is there some sort of special condition to fulfill or does it only apply to layouts and won't work for my purpose under any circumstances?
Running OpenSUSE 13.1 with Openbox and trying to stay clear of KDE and Gnome if possible (not critical, but having a bunch of otherwise useless libs for the sake of a single option is undesirable).
Thanks in advance.